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The problem you are having is most likely related to the processor on that system or your choice of media encoding, not the SSD. Live streaming is a very processor and encoding heavy workload and a Ryzen 5 is on the limit of even reasonable performance at 720p let alone 1080p live streams. I would recommend changing your media encoding from H.264 to NVENC to see if that helps alleviate some of the processor bottleneck. (This is a pretty good article from NVIDIA about encoding preferences in OBS if you want to look into it more! NVIDIA NVENC Obs Guide | GeForce News | NVIDIA)
If that doesn't solve your problem, MSI has a pretty good deal on the Pulse 15 if you wanted to stick to a laptop. If you wanted to make the jump to desktop, I would fully recommend the PowerSpec G716 because it offers a load of upgrade potential when compared to a laptop and a very capable CPU for livestreaming right out of the box!
MSI Pulse 15 B13VFK-280US 15.6" Gaming Laptop Computer Platinum Collection - Black; Intel Core i7 13th Gen 13700H - Micro Center
PowerSpec G716 Gaming PC; AMD Ryzen 7 7700 3.8GHz Processor; NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8GB GDDR6; G.Skill 16GB DDR5-5200 - Micro Center
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